The DynamicGrid class described in this article has limited functionality, and could be improved on to add a host of other features, including the ability to select the table to view using a HTML form, paging the records in a recodset instead of only displaying a fixed about on a page, sending the data to the server as XML, etc.
There are several ways that you could use the DynamicGrid class as well. If you're hosting on a Windows 2000 server and don't have access to Enterprise Manager, then you could use the DynamicGrid class to update your databases. With a bit of work, it could also be used to backup databases or copy them to a different server.
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